Non-Degree Programs in Health Law
Loyola is dedicated to providing lifelong education to attorneys and health care professionals. Individuals may register for cutting-edge online courses in health law as a student-at-large. Courses can be taken either for credit or no credit.
Custom Programs for Groups
Loyola can provide custom programs for organizations seeking to provide training on specific health law topics. Courses and course content can be packaged into a format to meet the needs of each group.
Accreditation with the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)
Based on the strength of the Beazley Institute’s health care compliance curriculum, Loyola University Chicago School of Law was awarded accreditation by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB), the governing board of the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA). Loyola students (JD Health Certificate, MJ, and LLM) who complete 15 credit hours of qualifying courses with a minimum grade of “B” or better will automatically fulfill the continuing education requirements and professional work experience requirement to take any CCB certification exam and will be eligible to sit for any CCB exam. Click here for more information.